The more interesting question is whether to see a provider a second or more times. @SxySpanishMia The 1st meeting is simple sexual curiosity. What will they look like and feel like? Will they kiss like a real girlfriend? How passionate will they be in love making? How responsive will they be or how much will they initiate? Are they interesting to talk to? Do they surprise me with with or curiosity or wisdom? How much more mystery awaits after the first encounter? If there is enough I will repeat
Screening is essential, most of us agree on that. So is using a protected email account that does not include background analytics that learns things about providers and hobbyists. I won't send screening info to providers if their email is on Google or Yahoo. Protonmail is my email of choice for hobbying communications.
Everybody please do this - opt out of search engine indexing. Keep your information off Google searches.
In your profile page, scroll down to bottom and check the box for:
Opt-out of search engine indexing
This is important for everyone here.
@j I know you have seen this. Is there any way for SEI to be an opt-in?
@switter_mod it appears in the last few hours tons of new Switter accounts tooting & hawking non-SW related topics, product, interests. Usernames definitely do not match "Names". I started muting them tens of them for the last minute or so.... and now I'm upset. Should I call them spam and report them instead? These are at best content farms, sources of pretend advises or expertise to sell.
Why iPhone owners should turn off AirDrop. Now.
Security researchers exploring AirDrop, the iOS and macOS feature that lets users wirelessly share files via WiFi and Bluetooth, reported Wednesday on a flaw they say exposes users' emails and phone numbers. Unless you want every creep on the street to be able to secretly grab your contact info, it's a bit of a nightmare.
Be on look out / BOLO
#Fake review pages/site
Calling out @marylyn_xx
featuring fake PD and Tryst links with stolen reviews
It’s rare that EFF, Greenpeace, Consumer Reports, Oxfam, the YMCA of the USA, and Human Rights Watch all speak out about a single issue, but the sale of .ORG affects every corner of the NGO sector. #savedotorg https://www.eff.org/deeplinks/2019/12/global-ngo-community-demands-stop-sale-org
The capitalist machine is well-organized, and any meaningful resistance must be as well. Of course, that organization can use structures that capitalists cannot understand or control.
One of the easiest mistakes people make, IMO, is assuming that “organized” means “hierarchy.” That’s not true. Self-organizing structures exist all around us. They lack leaders and instructions, and still form consistent, durable shapes.
Let the capitalists do top-down hierarchy. It’s what they do best. The thing that takes them out? Will look so different that they don’t see it coming.
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